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Hannah Arendts "Origins of Totalitarianism", Internationale Konferenz, 19.-21. Oktober 2022

Vom 19. bis zum 21. Oktober lädt die Hannah Arendt. Kritische Gesamtausgabe zur internationalen Konferenz zu Band 5 "Origins of Totalitarianism" / "Elemente und Urspünge totaler Herrschaft" an die FU Berlin ein. Wissenschaftler:Innen aus unterschiedlichen Disziplinen werden sich zum erste Mal mit neu edierten, annotierten und kommentierten Materialen aus Arendts großer Totalitarismus Studie befassen. 

Tagung wird gefördert von der Fritz Thyssen Stiftung.

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Program:

Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022

12:30                Arrival

12:45-13:00     Welcome and Introduction, Barbara Hahn

13:00-13:30     Welcoming Address, President of the Freien Universität Berlin

13:30-14:00     Annette Vowinckel (ZZF Potsdam/Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin): 

                         On the Antisemitism Part

14:00-14:15     Break

14:15-14:45     Friedbert Rüb (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin):

                         On the Imperialism Part

14:45-15:15     Hanno Berger / Christian Pischel (Freie Universität Berlin):

                         On the Totalitarianism Part

15:15-15:45     Coffee Break

15:45-16:15     Ingo Kieslich (Freie Universität Berlin):

                         On the Digital Edition of Arendt’s Works

16:15-17:15     Q&A with the Editors

17:15-17:30     Break

17:30-18:30     Keynote: Ilija Trojanow

18:30                Reception

Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022

Panel 1:    Antisemitism 

9:30-10:30      Helmut Walser Smith (Vanderbilt University):

                         Anti-Semitism: Its Place in Arendt's Origins and in Emerging Interpretations of the Catastrophe

10:30-11:30    Rebecca Wittmann (University of Toronto):

                         Arendt, Antisemitism, and Eichmann: Enduring questions on Motivation 

11:30-11:45    Coffee Break

11:45-12:45    Stefanie Schüler-Springorum (Technische Universität Berlin):

                         Recent Trends in Historiography on Antisemitism 

12:45-13:45     Lunch break

Panel 2:    Imperialism

13:45-14:45     Hans-Jörg Sigwart (RWTH Aachen):

                         The Experience of Expansion. Arendt‘s Characterological Interpretation of Imperialism

14:45-15:45      Jan Maximilian Robitzsch (Universität Greifswald):

                          The Development of Hannah Arendt's Thoughts on Human Rights

15:45-16:00      Coffee break

16:00-17:00      Derek Penslar (Harvard University):

                           Arendt, Zionism, and Colonialism

19:00:                Conference Dinner

Friday, Oct. 21, 2022

Panel 3:    Totalitarianism

09:30-10:30     Thomas Lindenberger (Hannah Arendt-Institut, Dresden):

                          Between History, Memory Politics and „The Burden of Our Time”: The Case of “Totalitarianism”

10:30-11:30      Juliane Fürst (ZZF Potsdam/Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin):

                          Late Socialism and Totalitarianism:  A History in Two Acts

11:30-11.45      Coffee Break

11:45-12:45      Marcel Stoetzler (Bangor University, Wales):

                          Totality and Total domination: The concept of Totalitarianism in Arendt and in Critical Theory  

12:45-13:45      Lunch Break

Panel 4:    Methods, Concepts, and Reception 

13:45-14:45      Amir Engel (Hebrew University, Jerusalem):

                          Between the Hate and the Love of Israel: Hannah Arendt in Jerusalem

14:45-15:00      Coffee Break

15:00-16:00      Round Table Discussion moderated by the editors

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Schlagwörter

  • Amir Engel
  • Annette Vowinckel
  • Antisemitismus
  • Barbara Hahn
  • Christian Pischel
  • Derek Penslar
  • Elemente und Ursprünge des totaler Herrschaft
  • Friedbert Rüb
  • Hannah Arendt
  • Hanno Berger
  • Hans-Jörg Sigwart
  • Helmut Walser Smith
  • Ilija Trojanow
  • Imperialismus
  • Ingo Kieslich
  • Jan C. Behrends
  • Jan Maximilian Robitzsch
  • Juliane Fürst
  • Marcel Stoetzler
  • Origins of Totalitarianism
  • Rebecca Wittmann
  • Stefanie Schüler-Springorum
  • Thomas Lindenberger
  • Totalitarismus